On the first day of Roadburn 2012, there were 26 different shows. On the second, 25. By the time Saturday ended, another 26 terrific sets had been delivered. And another 12 during the Afterburner. Obviously, only some kind of alien creature spawned by the imagination of Voivod‘s Michel “Away” Langevin would be able to catch them all. What is a mere mortal to do?
Listen to the 2012 audio streams, of course!
There is a treasure trove of transmissions from Planet Roadburn waiting to be discovered. Check out the shows you might have missed or want to relive. To those of you who could not be there: we hope you enjoy the virtual experience!
The advent of the brand new VPRO site means that we can embed audio streams, making it that much easier for you to listen to them. Anything to accelerate the journey back to the outer limits of Roadburn 2012 euphoria!
Listen to the audio streams for Ancient VVisdom, Anekdoten, Huata, Kong, Necro Deathmort, The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation, Year of The Goat and Yob below.
Ancient VVisdom – Live at Roadburn 2012
Anekdoten – Live at Roadburn 2012
Huata – Live at Roadburn 2012
Kong – Live at Roadburn Festival 2012
Necro Deathmort – Live at Roadburn 2012
The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation – Live at Roadburn 2012
Year of the Goat – Live at Roadburn 2012
Yob (Catharsis) live at Roadburn 2012
Massive thanks go to the Roadburn sound engineers under the direction of Marcel van de Vondervoort (Torture Garden Studio) and their colleagues from VPRO 3voor12, which is the finest cultural media network in the Netherlands.
Roadburn festival audio engineers:
Robert de Lorijn (Astrosoniq, Spacejam Records)
Michiel Ferweda (Paperboat Studio)
Matthijs Herder (Paperboat Studio): Ancient VVisdom and Anekdoten.
Kristian Vloet (Spacejam, Astrosoniq)
Nancy van den Buuse (Spacejam, Astrosoniq)
Teun van der Velden (Astrosoniq, Spacejam):
Tim Ruterink: (Spacejam)
Danny Gras (Spacejam / Gomer Pyle): Kong and The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation.
Marcel van de Vondervoort: Huata, Necro Deathmort, Year of the Goat and Yob.
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